Samsung Galaxy S8 release date pushed to April 28

Samsung Galaxy S8

Latest news regarding the best phone ever made, Samsung Galaxy S8, report that Samsung pushed by a week the announcement of the flagship. Evan Blass, globally known by his @evleaks Twitter moniker was the one to break the ice and induct March 29 as the date when Galaxy S8 will be introduced. Later on, the same source re-announced that Samsung’s event in New York will take place on April 21, and now the same famous leaker says that Samsung pushed the announced by one week, to April 28.

Instead of going after Evan Blass and calling him a “speculator” — Samsung might be intentionally postponing the announcement of Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ to take its time on testing devices and avoid a Galaxy Note 7 disaster and also to have enough units of Snapdragon 835 and Exynos 9 chipsets to meet market requirements.

Samsung will be experimenting with the 2017 series of Samsung Galaxy phones, the Galaxy 8 series will be larger and will be dropping flat displays. It is rumored to be coming in 5.8-inch and 6.2-inch sizes with QHD display resolution having an 18.5:9 aspect ratio and both versions to be “Edge”. With curved edge display feature which is now a global trend.

Features and specs of Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ have been subject of numerous of online leaks. Galaxy S8 and S8+ phones will be coming in versions running Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 and Samsung Exynos 9 mobile processors and have 4GB of RAM in both versions. The handset was expected to have its introduction during the Mobile World Congress, but that wasn’t the case, Samsung just used the show to announce its New York special event. Considering the global popularity Samsung devices have, the Korean giant doesn’t need much of popularity to reach customers.

We should also reckon that Samsung hasn’t announced any official date regarding Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ launch date. Thus, delay in launching is something that will not concern the giant for as long as launch dates are in the stage of leaks and rumors. The only that will get upset are Samsung fans that will have to wait for some more days to have a look on the phone.

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